Anticipation. It’s something we can’t help but feel whenever a movie studio decides to announce a new film that will spark thousands of people’s interest. Our interest and expectations is what drives us to eat up any bit of promotional material studios throw our way. The best strategy movie studios use to hold our attention are character posters.
We live in a time where remakes have become more of a way of life instead of an awesome, unforeseen treat. Sometimes it’s a nice idea to reintroduce an old film’s story to a new generation, and sometimes, it’s a complete waste of time.
With every film that is released, a gathering of fans develop and some of those fans take it upon themselves to create what is known as Fan Art. Such things can range from reimagined character costumes, drawings, paintings, and even movie posters.
Imagine for a moment a world without sadness, rage, or terrible things in general. What do you think that world might look like? If you’re not sure, then let The Giver help you.
There are always reasons that correlate to why a person may be afraid of something. For many, clowns being a terrifying thing can be traced back to Stephen King’s It.
Horror movies inevitably fall into a run of cliches. Teens making out and coming across a random person/thing that chases them and tries to kill them. Person’s alone somewhere, hears a noise and decides to go investigate it – unarmed. Person tries to run get away from killer in a house, and chooses to go up the stairs to high. As annoying and predictable these scenarios might be, The Cabin in the Woods film takes these all into consideration and does something different with them.
How many times have you missed a friend or family member’s call? How many time do they bother to leave a message? Now what if the person who was calling you was dead and left you a voicemail? Would you dare listen to it?
Stolen identities can be no joke, however, Date Night proves itself to be an exception.
If you had just finished watching a film in a movie theater and walked by this poster on the way out, would you be able to decipher what it’s about exactly?
Picture yourself riding an elevator within a skyscraper building. There’s no way you can get around it since your appointment is on the very top floor. Remember that it is impossible for you to be riding this elevator alone and there is no one on it that you know. Next imagine finding out one of your fellow passengers is ruler of hell. What would you do?